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Welcome to the micro Manufacturing Medical Automation and Robotic Systems (MARS) Lab of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Arlington.

The MARS lab is a dual purpose lab; it caters to both academic research as well as industry sponsored research. Academically, it is used as a teaching environment a teaching resource for manufacturing, automation and robotics based classes and/or research where hands on robotic instruction is encouraged at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Industry funded research projects involve automated workcell studies using state of the art hardware and software tools. These interactions provide not just additional educational and research opportunities to the student, but also provide valuable research  to the sponsoring company. This interaction helps to bring university and corporate resources together in benefical ways for both. The real beneficiaries however are the students who graduate better prepared in the fields of robotics, manufacturing, automation and controls. The laboratory is a dual use laboratory where in addition to the advanced research activities, educational activities utilizing the resources of the lab relating to robotics, manufacturing, automation and controls take place.

Please feel free to explore the information on this web page and feel free to contact us should you like to have more information on various research and educatonal activities of the lab and if possible, we would share information with you.

As the director of the MARs lab, I would like to personally welcome you, να σας καλωσορίσω προσωπικά, to the MARS lab web site.

Professor Panos S. Shiakolas - Ο καθηγητής Πάνος Σ. Σιακόλας

Laboratory News

BioMEMS: Visitors interested in the research work on Micromanufacturing, BioMEMS and more specifically on Femtosecond Laser MicroManufacturing and Hot Embossing Microreplication Microfabrication are encouraged to visit the MicroManufacturing and BioMEMS lab website where details of the research and manufacturing facilities are provided.


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Last Updated - September 7, 2014